Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Granular Addressability in TEXT documents - ON THE FLY!
Matthew Schneider wrote: (01)
> DISCLAIMER: I submitted a very similar "solution" several weeks ago to the
> ba-unrev-talk mail list.
> At the time of the submittal I asked if anyone was aware of similar
> "solutions". No one replied in the affirmative and the solution got good
> reviews from those who responded. Responses from two well respected
> participants of the mail list (Eric Armstrong and Eugene Eric Kim, both very
> familiar with this subject) were particularly enthusiastic.
> Because of this, I have been led to believe that this is potentially very
> important to the resolution of the subject issue. As such I am submitting
> this new but anticipated twist (suggested by "Peter Jones"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org>) for your consideration and opinion.
> Please excuse my ignorance if you find it to be trivial. (02)
Sorry I missed this one. (03)
Actually, I will be releasing a reduced version of my open source
Java application (Ceryle) called "Cerylette" that performs only
a few functions. (04)
One of them is to take any text document, or a document containing
APT codes (Augmented Plain Text), generating plinked XHTML. This
will include paragraph-level links and link targets. (05)
This is something I'm working up for Jon Awbrey and others who wanted
a quick way to generate web pages. (06)
[We can discuss this offline or online if you wish.] (07)
Murray Altheim <http://kmi.open.ac.uk/people/murray/>
Knowledge Media Institute
The Open University, Milton Keynes, Bucks, MK7 6AA, UK (09)
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